Alhaji Atiku Abubakar

First published November 23, 2014

Former Vice President and a presidential aspirant on the platform of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar on Sunday, said that he would not give up on his bid to become the president of this country now or in the future.

Atiku made this declaration in Dutse, Jigawa shortly before holding a closed-door consultation with Governor Sule Lamido in Dutse.

He said he was determined to continue to vie for the office of President if he lost the present bid until he eventually scaled through in the near future.

Atiku, however, said that his chances of winning his party’s primary on 10 December were bright.

He also said he was ready to support whoever emerges at the primary election to ensure that person’s victory at the 2015 presidential election.

Atiku had earlier told journalists that he was in Dutse to interact with his party delegates ahead of the December 10 presidential primary of the party.

The former Vice President criticised the alleged swoop on APC data office in Lagos by security operatives.

Newsmen were barred from covering the meeting as it was said to be “private”

aid that he would not give up on his bid to become the president of this country now or in the future.

Atiku made this declaration in Dutse, Jigawa shortly before holding a closed-door consultation with Governor Sule Lamido in Dutse.

He said he was determined to continue to vie for the office of President if he lost the present bid until he eventually scaled through in the near future.

Atiku, however, said that his chances of winning his party’s primary on 10 December were bright.

He also said he was ready to support whoever emerges at the primary election to ensure that person’s victory at the 2015 presidential election.

Atiku had earlier told journalists that he was in Dutse to interact with his party delegates ahead of the December 10 presidential primary of the party.

The former Vice President criticised the alleged swoop on APC data office in Lagos by security operatives.

Newsmen were barred from covering the meeting as it was said to be “private”

Source: pmnewsnigeria

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